Mark Tulin is a former psychotherapist who lives in California. He has a Pushcart Prize nomination called “A Mountain Spirit” in Active Muse and authored Magical Yogis, Awkward Grace, The Asthmatic Kid and Other Stories, and Junkyard Souls. He appears in many publications. His website is https://www.crowonthewire.com.
Sammie Lee Wilhoit is a Professional Writing major at Champlain College. She writes poetry to pinpoint feelings and to capture her experiences in glass jars. Her work has been published in The Clementine Zine and In Parentheses. Her Instagram is @sammiewilhoit and Twitter is @exhaletheatre. Artwork by Margaret Wiss.
Heather M. F. Lyke is a writer living in southern Minnesota. By day, she works in the world of K-12 education. On evenings and weekends, she creates—builds things out of nothing: sometimes with paint, occasionally with fabric, most often with words. Explore more of her works here: https://heatherlyke.weebly.com — Artwork by M. Wiss
James B. Nicola, a returning contributor, is the author of five collections of poetry. His decades of working in the theater as a stage director, composer, lyricist, playwright, and acting teacher culminated in the nonfiction book Playing the Audience: The Practical Guide to Live Performance, which won a Choice award. Artwork by Co-founder, Michael R. Pitter.